The Zag Life collection contains scanned and born digital images documenting Gonzaga's history from its beginning in 1887. These images show people, places and events associated with our University. New items will be added regularly.
The collection represents a sampling of the images housed in the Gonzaga University Archives. …
The Rogues Gallery Images collection contains the scanned images of the University historical pictures from 1887 to 2000. The physical images, encased in glass, are lining the first two floors of College Hall, formerly the Administration Building. These images document Gonzaga's history from its beginning. The images show events, …
Spires (the Gonzaga Yearbook), 1924 to present
This collection contains the scanned pages from the Spires, the Gonzaga yearbook. All of the volumes up to the past academic year have been scanned.
The Spires, published by Gonzaga students, shows photographs of the events and people of that period of time.
You can search by word to …
Gonzaga Bulletin (the Gonzaga newspaper), 1927-1995
This collection contains the scanned pages from the Gonzaga Bulletin. It begins with the 1927 edition. The Gonzaga Bulletin was published semi-monthly by the Associated Students of Gonzaga University. It is now published on a weekly basis. It contains articles and …
This collection consists of a selection of scanned original documents and photographs from the Gerard M. Hopkins Collection. These items were collected by Anthony Bischoff, S. J. for his dissertation and biography on Hopkins beginning in the 1950s.
The information written in the description of some items largely comes from Father …
The Digital Collection Team for Gonzaga University works to make historical images and publications from the University Archives & Special Collections (UASC) accessible while preserving the current climate of campus for future use. This team resides in the Foley Center Library.
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